Nathan Fillion, Laura Prepon
Monday's episode of Castle offers a scene straight out of the title character's fantasies: Castle is alone in a room with two Becketts!
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That's because Castle (Nathan FIllion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) are being shadowed by Hollywood starlet Natalie Rhodes (guest star Laura Prepon), who has been chosen to play Nikki Heat, the character Castle based on Beckett, in the movie adaptation of his novel. But Castle's imagination doesn't run wild right away. In fact, he thinks Natalie, best known as a horror movie scream queen, is completely wrong to play his beloved character...
Although The Vampire Diaries' Sara Canning was shocked to learn her character Jenna had to stab herself, she says it was a catalyst for an important revelation.
"As soon as she's in mortal danger is when [the others] realize Katherine's not screwing around here and they need to take her really seriously," Canning told TVGuide.com on a recent visit to the show's set.
Brothers & Sisters
Ryan Devlin is a big believer in silver linings.
That's because the 30-year-old actor, who last week began a multiple-episode arc on Brothers & Sisters after high-profile recurring roles on Grey's Anatomy and Cougar Town, is keeping busy despite being dropped from CBS' $#*! My Dad Says before the original pilot ever aired.
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"I can't really say anything about how it went down except that it just happens a lot," Devlin tells TVGuide.com. "I had a great time doing it, but I couldn't be happier doing what I'm doing right now. I absolutely have no regrets — I think it worked out the way it was supposed to."
Things are definitely looking up. Devlin's original four-episode arc on Brothers & Sisters — which continues Sunday when Kitty (Calista Flockhart) decides to take Devlin's character, her new college student boy toy Seth, to the Walker family Christmas — has been expanded to at least eight episodes.<
The Walking Dead
WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about the Season 1 finale of The Walking Dead as well as information about the comic book series upon which the show is based. Read at your own risk.
As if staying alive during weeks of zombie attacks wasn't enough, The Walking Dead's harried band of survivors found themselves having to escape from what they thought was a safe haven in the Season 1 finale.
After being cautiously welcomed into the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta by Dr. Edwin Jenner (guest star Noah Emmerich), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the rest of the survivors thought they'd turned a corner on their horror. But soon after they locked themselves in, they learned that the CDC, which had been testing brain samples in hopes of developing a cure for the zombie outbreak, was...
Andrew Lincoln, The Walking Dead
As The Walking Dead's short but highly celebrated first season comes to a close, series star Andrew Lincoln still can't quite wrap his head around the massive success of the AMC zombie drama.
The Walking Dead's Robert Kirkman: Writing staff changes won't affect the show
"I don't think any of us expected this. In our best-possible-case scenarios, this isn't even close," the British actor tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "It feels really unprecedented because the response has been so positive and affectionate. It's amazing. When you make something, you just hope that people will get why you wanted to do it or what you got from the script. But I don't think I've ever felt such an extraordinary reaction [where viewers] got what we intended to make. It feels great."
As Sheriff's Deputy Rick Grimes, Lincoln is both the leader of the show's ensemble and the misfit band of survivors who have banded together after the zombie apocalypse...
The Walking Dead executive producer Robert Kirkman says a recent report about changes in the show's writing staff is "unfortunate" and "premature."
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Earlier this week, Deadline.com reported that executive producer Frank Darabont had let his writing staff go, including his No. 2 guy, executive producer Charles "Chic" Eglee. The report also suggested that Darabont might not hire a new team of writers to pen Season 2's 13 episodes, but would instead assign scripts to freelancers.
"It's kind of unfortunate that it's being reported that our writing staff has been fired because that's not the case," Kirkman, who created the comic book series on which the AMC zombie drama is based, tells TVGuide.com...
Kourtney, Khloe and Kim Kardashian
What kind of careers would the Kardashians be pursuing if they weren't famous?
New mother Kourtney would open up a kids clothing store, while newlywed Khloe wants to try out culinary school.